In a race polls had consistently neck-and-neck, Republican Cory Gardner celebrated a decisive victory for one of Colorado's two U.S. Senate seats Tuesday night over incumbent Democrat Mark Udall. Gardner becomes the first candidate to unseat an incumbent Colorado Senator since 1978.
As many a political observer has noted, the last time Colorado kicked an incumbent governor to the curb was 1962. Will the voters return John Hickenlooper to office or will they install challenger Bob Beauprez? Polls in Colorado close at 7 p.m. MST, results will be gathered here.
Colorado's U.S. Senate seat has been a tightly fought race characterized by a razor-thin difference between the candidates in the polls. It's also been a race that many nationally have pinned control over the Senate on. Polls in Colorado close at 7 p.m. MST, results will be gathered here.